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Pain evaluation in preterm infants using skin conductance algesimeter
Pain asessment is a challenge in patients who are unable to communicate verbally, e.g. neonates. Consequently, they may receive less effective analgesic treatment. Visual, behavioural and physiological pain scales are used ...
When to do paediatric gastrointestinal endoscopy?
Over the last few decades, paediatric gastroenterology has rapidly developed into a well-established sub-specialty. Improvements in training and equipment have led to enhanced safety with fewer complications following ...
Prophylactic oral vitamin k in neonates
Pain evaluation in the preterm
Assessment of pain is a challenge in neonatal setting. Visual, behavioural and physiological pain scales are not always reliable in premature infants. Few studies with limited sample size have been published on the reliability ...
New born observation track and trigger (NOTT) chart-Burton experience
Use of early warning system scores and track and trigger charts is widespread in adult and paediatric hospitalised patients. Its use in neonatal group is not well recognised. Lack of well established normal ranges for ...
12 Years data on resistance pattern of uropathogens
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a common bacterial infection in infants and children. Traditionally, Trimethoprim has been the first line antibiotic of choice for the treatment of Coliform UTI. Empirical antibiotic treatment ...
Early management of sepsis
Knowledge, attitude and barriers towards research in the national health service (NHS)
In the 21st century, healthcare professionals know a great deal about health, disease and medicine. However, much remains uncertain and continued investment in research aims to find better ways of managing patients, improving ...